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Weather In Cibolo Texas 9-9-11 (Sunny & Hot)

Good Evening from Cibolo, Texas. This picture I took was from the Tower of the Americas in downtown San Antonio. Another sunny, dry, and hot day here in Cibolo Texas. Our high today was 98 degrees with sunny conditions. The wind is currently 5-10mph from the northeast. The low last night was 62 degrees. As long as the winds stay from a northerly direction it will continue to be extremely dry with high fire danger. There are so many fires around the San Antonio area and there are new ones each day. The drought has been so bad here and now the fires are throughout the State. The humidity is so low that there is not a cloud in the sky. It has been this way for many days. A very sad situation exists here in Texas.

Current Conditions at 5pm CST:

Heat Index....................94º
Wind Chill.....................N/Aº
Relative Humidity..........17%
Dew Point.....................46º
Barometric Pressure.....29.89"
Wind............................Northeast @ 5-10mph
Precipitation................0.00" (Last 24 Hours)
Warnings & Watches...........AIR QUALITY ALERT!

Tonight will be clear with a low of 63 degrees. The wind will be from the northeast at 5-10mph.

Tomorrow will be sunny and continued hot and dry. The high will be 97 degrees and the wind will be from the north at 5-10mph. Our summer just keeps going now with 70 100+ degree days so far and more important, no rain and none in sight. We broke another record here in the State of Texas. Texas is the hottest state ever in the United States in history for summer (June-August) with an average temperature of 86.8 degrees. That is incredible, but not a record that we want or need! The drought is getting worse, the heat won't go away, and now our State is burning up. It looks like a desert around here and many crops are a complete loss.

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Comment by Philip Stark on September 11, 2011 at 8:01am

Kay, Thank you so much for your comment on my picture. I am glad you enjoyed it! The high pressure area over Texas is so strong that nothing seems to be able to break it down! Your right, even hurricanes can't even get close to Texas. Everything is so dry and there is so much fuel for the fires. My concern when the rains finally do come that we don't have floods. You know how the extremes have been in Texas the past few years.


Comment by Philip Stark on September 11, 2011 at 7:55am

Hans, The fires are still burning, but they are finally gaining some control over most of them! Hopefully they will be out soon.


Comment by Kay Brooks on September 11, 2011 at 12:09am

Phil, I was hoping that when Albuquerque's cool and cloudy weather finally arrived it would make its way down to you.  Heck, even the hurricanes have abandoned you.  Reports of all the fires in Texas have been on TV and in our local papers every day.  Hopefully the rain will come soon.

That is a fantastic picture of San Antonio, the best I have ever seen!

Take care,


Comment by Hans Dietrich on September 10, 2011 at 10:33pm
Phil, we have been shown newscasts of the fires all over Texas and feel for you all. Shame we can't send you some of our rain. Stay safe. cheers

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